My Soul Is Anchored: The 44th Kuumba Singers of Harvard College Spring Concert
May 3, 2014
Founded 1970 by two African American undergraduates as a safe haven for Black students at the university, The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College is a choir and the oldest existing Black organization at Harvard. Through the celebration of the musical creativity of the African diaspora, Kuumba seeks to leave a space better than we found it.
Named in memoriam for Archie C. Epps, Dean of Students emeritus and a longtime friend of Kuumba, our spring concert expresses the power and beauty of an African American history that is turbulent, yet deeply triumphant.
Join us for a night of song, dance, spoken word, remembrance, and joy!